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Beautifully Written
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Beautifully Written

Thank you.

wow!!!
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wow!!!

beautifully written article.

nice
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nice

WE have a daughter 19 years old special needs who is an angel, and many people come to me and ask me :how is possible that we are such a happy family
BH i am always be simcha
I am 100% that I am going to see my daughter healed
Hashem the Rebbe and Chassidus are our source of inspiration,

Very well written!
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Very well written!

As a new parent to a specail tzaddik I can say you’d surely brought out some great points!

beautiful article
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beautiful article

Thank you to the author and to collive for posting this.

Thank you
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Thank you

I have a child with Autism and it’s a lonely journey because her disabilities are often not seen or understood. Thank you for ur beautiful chizuk filled article

thank you !
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thank you !

so special ! thanks

thank you
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thank you

so true, a lot of food for thought

And
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And

there are also the chldren whose challenges do not have a label, whose neshomos are not branded ‘special’. sometimes their challenges are academic, psychological, emotional or spiritual, and their names also do not make it to the limelight. most see them as ‘normal’, but the parents still struggle alone
their parents are the same heros

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